Fix-It and Forget-It Christmas Cookbook: 600 Slow Cooker Holiday Recipes

600 delicious slow cooker recipes, perfect for holiday meals, from home cooks across the country who want to feast with their loved ones without being exhausted or frazzled or getting stuck in the kitchen From bestselling slow cooker author, Phyllis Good You absolutely can make holiday meals with ease and with pleasure says slow cooker champion Phyllis Pellman Good 600 delicious slow cooker recipes, perfect for holiday meals, from home cooks across the country who want to feast with their loved ones without being exhausted or frazzled or getting stuck in the kitchen From bestselling slow cooker author, Phyllis Good You absolutely can make holiday meals with ease and with pleasure says slow cooker champion Phyllis Pellman Good Her latest collection, Fix It and Forget It Christmas Cookbook 600 Slow Cooker Holiday Recipes, will fi ll your head with menu ideas, give you gentle guidance with each recipe, and deliver dishes that your friends and family will love Stop your fretting Put an end to the nightmares Get out your slow cookers Good urges These are 600 stand out, slow cooker recipes all from home cooks from across the country These are 600 manageable, slow cooker recipes from cooks who want to feast with their loved ones without being exhausted and frazzled.
Fix It and Forget It Christmas Cookbook Slow Cooker Holiday Recipes delicious slow cooker recipes perfect for holiday meals from home cooks across the country who want to feast with their loved ones without being exhausted or frazzled or getting stuck in the kit

  • Title: Fix-It and Forget-It Christmas Cookbook: 600 Slow Cooker Holiday Recipes
  • Author: Phyllis Pellman Good
  • ISBN: 9781561487011
  • Page: 183
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Fix-It and Forget-It Christmas Cookbook: 600 Slow Cooker Holiday Recipes”

    1. Some good ideas to make life a bit easier at busy times. I bought a copy to keep around and enjoyed thumbing through and choosing a couple recipes I found that would appeal to my family. Ingredients are easily available and recipes are not complicated.

    2. Other than the little snippets of ideas for celebrating Christmas that are scattered through the book, this cookbook is not particularly Christmassy. The vast majority of the recipes are standard slow cooker favorites, of course emphasizing more wintry stews, etc. I was struck by two things: first of all, Ms. Good has quite a business plan; she gets people to send her recipes, tests them and then includes them (with credit, to give her credit) in a cookbook. At least, I'm pretty sure she tests t [...]

    3. I just got into cooking a couple of years ago. Before that I preferred to eat out because I didn't have time or the confidence to make a meal at home. Now, I have taken a total 180. I would much rather spend time perfecting my own meals and now, when we go to a restaurant, I'm like "I could make this better". So what's my secret? I turn to what I call my "Cookbooks For Dummies". The step by step directions are so easy that anyone can make the perfect meal. The Fix-It and Forget-It Christmas Cook [...]

    4. Nice cookbook, poor formatting for KindleI have about 200 cookbooks, and am a frequent slow cooker user. This recipe book sounded awesome, because who doesn't need more time and simplicity for Christmas dinner?Unfortunately, the book is very frustrating to use on my Kindle. The names of most of the recipes do not appear, you cannot bookmark only one page, and there are multiple blank pages randomly interspersed. I think the cookbook likely rocks in a standard format, but if you are buying it to [...]

    5. Some good recipes. The thing I don't like much about the Fix-it and Forget-it series is that there are no photos and there are often nearly duplicates of some recipes, with only minor changes and no explanation on what makes one recipe different from the next.I haven't had a chance to make any of the recipes yet but I'm hoping to try: Taco Casserole page 125Glazed Carrots page 212Gingerbread Pudding Cake page 242

    6. This is one of my favorite slow cooker cookbooks. I use it on a regular basis. It is a cookbook I will be using throughout the year. Slow cookers are awesome year round. This book has many recipes that would work anytime as well as ones that are great for parties and holidays. I love it. The recipes are easy enough for beginners and there are recipes for the experienced cook.

    7. Most of the recipes in this book are not at all healthy, and don't sound that tasty, either. I did like all of the recipes on holiday drinks: there are probably some ones worth trying in that section. There are a few party appetizers and entrees that might be worth a shot as well. Still useful as a source of inspiration for Christmas recipes, but not a book I'll be buying anytime soon.

    8. About averageI bought this cookbook because it was only $1. I really like to use my crock pot so it was worth $1 but it would not have been worth full price. This a collection of recipes submitted by various individuals not by the author.

    9. A short cookbook that seemed to have a lot of recipes that have been around for ages. At least one didn't even use a slow cooker to prepare the dish. But it would probably come in handy for the hectic days leading up to Christmas when you need something easy for a holiday party.

    10. I'm going to come off as a slow-cooker snob here, but these recipes are too middle-America for me. However the Christmas Smells recipe on page 4 really does work! That one's a keeper.

    11. I use this cookbook ALL OF THE TIME. I have tried several recipies and most have been perfect. This is the 1st cookbook I have owned that I have used this many recipies from.

    12. Three stars because while it is a nice book the recipes inside are all recipes with pre-packaged food and I do not cook like that. If you do then you might love this. I gave it to my daughter.

    13. I really didn't see anything in this cookbook that I was even tempted to prepare. There are any number of websites with much better recipes than those in this book.

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